On Tuesday, September 21, 2021 the DVISD Board of Trustees approved the proposed maximum Maintenance & Operations tax rate of $.8720 and the Interest & Sinking tax rate of $.3300 for a total maximum tax rate of $1.2020 for 2021-2022
For the second year in a row, the Texas Art Education Association (TAEA) announced that Del Valle ISD is among the 2021 District of Distinction Award winners.
You may have heard on the news that the Texas Legislature passed Senate Bill 15, which is related to virtual learning. Although the Governor signed this bill, it is important to share that the bill contains many eligibility requirements for students wanting to enroll in any public school’s virtual academy.
We are currently re-optimizing our routes as new families enroll and additional students are added to routes.
We are excited to welcome your child back to school for the 2021-2022 school year! While we again find ourselves facing an unusual start to a school year, I know that it will be a wonderful year with exceptional student achievement.
Del Valle ISD is monitoring the Texas Supreme Court's decision regarding mask mandates in Dallas and Bexar counties. At this time, the Texas Supreme Court decision does not affect Travis County or Del Valle ISD.
On Thursday, August 12, 2021 the Del Valle ISD Board of Trustees unanimously approved a resolution requiring masks at all district campuses and buildings. Effective Friday, August 13, 2021, all students, staff, and visitors are required to wear a mask when at a DVISD property.
On Thursday, August 12 at 5:00 p.m., Superintendent Dr. Annette Tielle will host a virtual parent meeting to provide updates.
Due to the local increase in COVID cases and reaching the threshold to move to Stage 4 of the Austin Public Health risk guidelines, Del Valle ISD has decided to cancel the 2021 Back to School Bash scheduled for Aug. 14 at Del Valle High School.
On Friday, July 30, Austin and Travis County reached the threshold that could send the area back into Stage 5 of Austin Public Health's risk-based guidelines as early as this weekend. As a result of of the county reaching this threshold, DVISD is currently reviewing and adjusting safety protocols.